The moral of the beautifully illustrated book Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister is the dangers of pride. The goal in this equally glittering pictorial game is sharing. The winner is the first to give away all of his or her nine Rainbow Fish scales. Players make their way through the undersea-world game board by trying to match the fish on their landing spot with one of their playing cards. With each match, players give away one scale. But there is danger lurking: roll a shark on the die and it costs one turn.